Laws Affecting Clinical Practice (LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY: PSYCHOLOGY AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES)

This book will be released on April 30, 2005. You may order it now using your credit card and we will ship it to you when it arrives. Preorder Now! While there is a substantial law regulating mental health professionals’ services, MHPs do not know about or fully understand much of the law that affects

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This book will be released on April 30, 2005. You may order it now using your credit card and we will ship it to you when it arrives. Preorder Now! While there is a substantial law regulating mental health professionals’ services, MHPs do not know about or fully understand much of the law that affects the operation of mental health practices and the provision of services to mental health clients. A basic understanding of the relevant law helps MHPs to be more responsive, sensitive, and realistic in providing therapy to clients who have potential legal issues, informs MHPs about new practice opportunities, and protects MHPs from professional liability. Laws Affecting Clinical Practice is a comprehensive, concise, readily understandable resource outlining the legal obligations and responsibilities of mental health professionals. Identifying legal topics affecting mental health practices and services, Sales, Miller, and Hall address a wide range of legal topics, including licensing; privacy of professional information; practice laws related to families, juveniles, civil matters, and criminal matters; and limitations on and liability for practice. maximally accessible to those outside of the legal profession. Laws Affecting Clinical Practice is an essential introduction to clinically relevant laws for MHPs and graduate students training to become MHPs, and will help readers to become more intelligent consumers of legal services.

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Bookreader99 says:

Excellent read for psychology graduate students! I highly recommend this text. This was one of my textbooks that I was required reading for my graduate-level psychotherapy course and it’s easy to understand and a great introductory course about law and how it’s applied to various clinical cases. While it does not cite any real-life case studies, it does get to the point and how one can apply these legal principles to the practice of psychology! It’s an excellent beginner’s book on anyone who has an interest in pursuing a career in the mental…

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